After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o' wisdom:
>> not so much considering that the system is a RTOS, but then Microsoft
>> doesn't do RTOS (are they even capable?). That's a pure UNIX thing.
> I think they are trying, but a FUD campaign has not yet begun.
> It is odd that Windows CE, as troubled and unstable is it is, was considered
> for the task of serving real-time applications. The damn think cannot even
> serve personal information management needs without occasionally crashing.
I had a devil of a time getting the Turtle-Beach AudioTron to behave
under various failover scenarios. The damn thing would freeze if you
tried to ping it before it was completely initialized. The OS? WinCE.
Q: Why does a GNU/Linux user compile his kernel?
A: Because he can.